Daria (1997–2001)
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The New Kid 

Daria starts to fall for an eccentric new kid who puzzles her as much as he intrigues.

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Episode credited cast:
Tracy Grandstaff ...
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Julian Rebolledo ...
Ashley Albert ...
Ms. Janet Barch / Tiffany Blum-Deckler (voice) (as Echo/Petunia)
John Lynn ...
Sick, Sad World Announcer (voice) (as John W. Lynn Jr.)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sky Berdahl ...
Ted DeWitt-Clinton (voice)
Ray Clyde ...
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Lisa Kathleen Collins ...
Sandi Griffin / Brittany Taylor (voice) (as Janie Mertz)
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Stacy Rowe (voice)
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Robert (voice)
Jessica Cydnee Jackson ...
Jodie Landon (voice)
Marc Thompson ...
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Daria starts to fall for an eccentric new kid who puzzles her as much as he intrigues.

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29 March 1998 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Quotes

Daria: You tried to buy my influence with a date?
Quinn: Well, that's how we do it in America, comrade.
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Daria
Written by John McCrea
Performed by Cake
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Ted...
6 March 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In this episode, Daria is convinced to work for the yearbook committee. There she teams up with a ultra-weirdo named 'Ted'--a guy who, up until recently, has been home schooled. Yet, oddly, despite Ted being a totally strange guy, there is something sweet and endearing about him and Daria can't help but fall for him. But, like the movie "Marty", Daria thinks twice about going out with Ted because she is afraid what others might think--which is ironic, as Daria never really seemed to care what others think! But how this relationship goes is pretty weird--and pretty funny and nothing goes like you'd expect.

This is a cute little episode. While you never see Ted again, he's an interesting character and you see a vulnerable side of Daria you don't often see. Well worth seeing.


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